Miller registered three tackles Sunday against the Jaguars.
For the first time all season, Miller was held without a sack twice in a three-week period. That said, it's impossible to complain about a player with 12.5 sacks who's an ultra-elite IDP linebacker.
Miller registered three sacks and 10 tackles Sunday against the Chiefs.
Last week was the second time in 2016 that Miller was held without a sack, but he more than made up for it by recording three of them for the second time this year. The superstar has 12.5 sacks on the year, and he has an outside chance to reach 20 on the season with a strong finish. He's definitely making a case to be the MVP of IDP leagues.
Miller has failed to record a sack in two of his last four games, which represents his least productive four-week stretch of 2016. Regardless, he has 9.5 sacks on the year, and he'll have the Week 11 bye to rest before trying to take aim at the 18.5 sacks he generated in 2012, which was the most he's delivered in a single season.
Miller collected four tackles and a sack in Sunday's win over San Diego.
Miller came close to sacking Texans quarterback Brock Osweiler on several occasions in Week 7, but never made it - snapping his season-opening streak of at least a half sack in six straight games. He started a new streak on Sunday. The linebacker's 8.5 sacks this season trail the league lead by just a half a sack at the season's halfway point.
Miller has registered at least half a sack in each game this season, and he now has 7.5 on the season, giving him a legitimate chance to hit 20 by the end of the year. Although it's early in the campaign, he's an early front-runner for Defensive Player of the Year honors.
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